Apostle Broikos distributed every encrypted handset used by the Comanchero gang, court hears


Apostle Broikos has faced a mass hearing with multiple of his co-accused for charges of trafficking and manufacturing methylamphetamine

Adelaide Magistrates Court heard that Mr. Broikos distributed “each and every” encrypted handset, which helped bust hundreds of international outlaws, to the Comanchero gang.

Broikos is alleged by prosecutors to be “the distributor of each and every AN0M handset used by those associated with the Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gang”.

Broikos is currently serving a home detention sentence under the condition that he only owns one mobile phone and turns in passwords upon request by police. 

Mr. Broikos appeared alongside his mother, Monika Broikos, in the court yesterday and was “tight-lipped” outside the court, the Daily Telegraph reports. 

Apostle Broikos, aged 18, appeared in court alongside his mother Monika Broikos (Photo: NCA NewsWire / Kelly Barnes)

Magistrate John Wells issued a stern reminder to Mrs. Broikos and urged Mr. Broikos to stay out of trouble. 

“I urge you to continue to obey your conditions. If you disobey your conditions you know what the consequence will be,” he said. 

Mr Broikos posted a Snapchat story showing his ankle bracelet with the caption “home sweet home”. 

Wells told Mr. Broikos’ lawyer, Craig Caldicott, that it was “too late” to suppress his defendant’s identity as he has already been subject to “significant publicity”. 

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